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Modules: Organizing JavaScript Functionality
Modules: Organizing JavaScript Functionality

Closure is crucial for creating modules. Modules let you define private implementation details that are invisible to the outside world. At the same time, you can create a public API to allow access to necessary functionality. Kyle shares an example of how closure is used to create a module and answers a few audience questions about how it compares to other languages.

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Web Web Development JavaScript

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